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Hit the world with a bunch of great tunes when it's least expecting it.
From now on I'm forcing myself not to listen to any preview-mp3s I mix down for my friends anymore, because I tend to play them over and over again until they're not interesting anymore.
So listen fellow producers, delete your previews right after you've sent them to your buddies :D
On other news...
A couple of weeks ago me and a good friend of mine have finally fulfilled an age-old idea of ours by founding a reggae-band. It's running pretty damn well so far but we'll have to find a good band name sooner or later :D
And thanks to everyone for listening to and voting for my music :)
Somebody is stealing our NG-music, check it out: http://danman87.newgrounds.com/news/po st/272449
Just a little favor to ask.
I've updated my "Where is the Max"-remix and want to know if you approve of the changes I've made so far or if you prefer the older version.
old: http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen /193472 (intro-break-main part)
new: http://drop.io/dukelukedrop/asset/maxr mx4-mp3 (only the main part)
I'll send you straight to my fav piece by him: Night Before the Battle apart from his obvious compositional skills he's also a great pianist. Most of his songs are recorded live. Go and leave him some 5/5's
I've been through quite a few phases this year. The breakbeat-phase, the trance-phase, the reggae-phase, the progressive house-phase and recently I've arrived at the orchestral soundtrack-phase again. I'm not sure whether to call it a curse or a gift.
What I know for sure is that I want to make my most recent phase, the soundtracks, my main thing while continuing to experiment with all kinds of electronic commercial stuff, which probably isn't too bad a combination.
Last week a harmless piano impromptu yielded some suprising results which I've just started to arrange. If you like the music of Pirates of the Caribbean it's likely that you're also fond of what I have in the making.
DONE - I've called the song "Rise of a new King", generic but fitting.
I'm also improving my studio at the moment by enriching it with a stage piano which I hope will have a positive impact on my productiveness. It's definitely going to simplify composing melodies, I'm pretty excited about it.
Keep checking my page for updates.
Go check out his music, you probably haven't heard anything like it before. He's also very good with melodies and has some amazing production skills.
This guy might be one of tomorrows top soundtrack composers, he's also the reason why I've started to do that kind of stuff again.
A friend of mine gave me a recommendation for this sites' Audio Portal and I thought why not give it a shot. I've tried numerous sites of this kind such as AcidPlanet and Myspace but none met my needs properly, but I've got a good feeling about Newgrounds, looks nice and cozy.